From the Archive: Anya Schoolman, Executive Director of Solar United Neighbors

From the Archive: Anya Schoolman, Executive Director of Solar United Neighbors

How did one group of neighbors from Washington, D.C., band together to advance clean energy locally and then build a larger movement replicating their model elsewhere? In the latest episode from the Local Energy Rules podcast archive, John Farrell, Director of ILSR’s Energy Democracy Initiative, revisits a 2013 interview with Anya Schoolman, the major force behind a unique, grassroots solar cooperative model that has since grown into Solar United Neighbors, now a national leader in distributed, cooperative solar. The two discuss effective ways to invest in solar energy and advocate for local policies to support distributed energy from the ground upβ€”strategies as relevant in 2013 as they are today.… Read More

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